Archive for April 24th, 2011

The most Pure and HOLY Being


of all time and space,


DIED for the most vile and sinful beings


of all time and space.

– eab, 12/02

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Know yourself?  I dare you to!

That is if you can stand the shock,

Of habits you can’t kick or knock,

Of that false image that you show,

Of your fears, that your friends don’t know.

Freedom for your mind at last!

Liberation from the captive past.

Know yourself?  I dare you to!               

                – eab, Apr. ‘69

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There is sunshine in my soul today,
More glorious and bright
Than glows in any earthly sky,
For Jesus is my Light.


O there’s sunshine, blessèd sunshine,
When the peaceful, happy moments roll;
When Jesus shows His smiling face,
There is sunshine in the soul.

There is music in my soul today,
A carol to my King,
And Jesus, listening, can hear
The songs I cannot sing.

There is springtime in my soul today,
For, when the Lord is near,
The dove of peace sings in my heart,
The flowers of grace appear.

There is gladness in my soul today,
And hope and praise and love,
For blessings which He gives me now,
For joys “laid up” above.

Eliza Edmunds Hewitt died this date, 4/24/1920, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  This cousin of writer Edgar Page Stites, authored some 50 songs including “Stepping in the Light,” “Give Me Thy Heart,” “When We All Get to Heaven,” “More About Jesus,” “My Faith Has Found a Resting Place,” “Singing I Go,” “Under the Blood.”

Eliza graduated valedictorian and became teacher and a Sunday School teacher.  This life of teaching was shortened by a spine problem.  She had only a partial recovery.  She was became a regular contributor to Sunday-school Helps.  She was born6/28/1851,Philadelphia,Pennsylvania.

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